"Streetcar named Desire" by Tennessee Williams.
The first scene I am looking at is Scene nine, in which Mitch confronts Blanche about
the lies she has been telling him regarding her past. It is clear that it was Blanche's
choice to tell the lies, so in that respect the following problems are her own fault.
However, Williams may have aimed to look closely at Blanche's character to see why
she lied, and by justifying herself, she appears a tragic self absorbed failure, not a
cynical manipulator. Blanche is described as having a 'tense , hunched position',
which shows her obvious unease, and worry. She is dressed in 'scarlet', a provoca…
- "A Streetcar Named Desire" by Stanley Kowalski.
- "Streetcar named Desire" by Tennessee Williams.
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